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Jordan brings solar energy to refugee camp

Jordan brings solar energy to refugee camp

Jordan has launched a new project that will bring solar energy to 80.000 refugees in one of the country’s camps. A 12.9 MW PV plant has been installed near and connected to the camp, providing a reliable energy source for the Syrian inhabitants.

Nearly 100 GW of new PV installations expected globally this year

Nearly 100 GW of new PV installations expected globally this year

According to a forecast by Bernreuter Research, the global amount of newly installed PV capacity in 2017 may well reach nearly 100 GW. Meanwhile, the polysilicon price is expected to sink, which may fuel further growth.

Debunking 4 Solar Panel Myths and Misconceptions

Debunking 4 Solar Panel Myths and Misconceptions

There are preconceived notions about harnessing any sustainable type of energy, and solar power tops the list. Those who are unfamiliar with using solar energy for residential use may think solar energy is too expensive or may not be appropriate for the region in which they live. It is time to bust 4 popular myths about solar panels and show why many homeowners should be considering solar panels as an efficient and cost-effective upgrade for their home. A guest post by Justin Havre from Justin Havre & Associates.

Netherlands may reach 6 GW of solar by 2020

Netherlands may reach 6 GW of solar by 2020

According to a recent report by the Dutch research institute ECN, the country’s installed solar capacity may reach 6 GW by 2020. What is more, it could rise to as much as 20 GW by 2035.

New solar plan to be launched in Portugal

New solar plan to be launched in Portugal

A new regulatory framework for the development of large-scale solar projects has been presented in Portugal. It forms part of the country’s new state budget law, to be introduced in 2018.

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